Samsung is bringing curved monitors to a whole new level

Samsung is bringing curved monitors to a whole new level

Samsung just released a gigantic 49-inch wide HDR monitor aimed primarily towards gamers. According to the company, this is the largest widescreen monitor you can buy.

For only $1,500 the world’s widest monitor could be yours.

Samsung just unveiled a gigantic 49-inch wide HDR monitor aimed primarily towards gamers, and it’s awesome. According to the company, this is the largest widescreen monitor in the world.

There’s a trio of new models just announced, with the Samsung CHG90 leading the pack. The screens come in 27-inch, 32-inch and the massive 49-inch QLED screens.

Though its key market is gamers, Samsung says the monitors cover 95% of the DCI-P3 color space. So, if you’re a photographer or videographer this may be a great choice in monitors for you.

Samsung's 49-inch curved widescreen monitor.

To reduce motion blur, Samsung is offering a 144Hz refresh rate with 1ms response time and four-channel scanning. Plus the QLED will give users a brighter display than OLED monitors.

The two smallest models are Quad HD screens with 2560×1440 resolution. The largest model is equal to two 1080p HD screens, with UHD: 3840×1080 (Ultra-High-Resolution.)

You’ll find HDMI and Mini Display Port inputs, but there’s no USB-C, so if you’ve got the latest MacBook Pro machines, you’ll have to use an adapter.

You can buy the 27-inch model for $599, the 32-inch model for $699, but if you are a hardcore gamer and feel that bigger is better, or you just don’t want to have to turn your head as much with two monitors, go for the 49-inch. It’ll only cost you $1,499 and it’s available for pre-order on Amazon, shipping June 30.

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